Volvo Construction Equipment (Volvo CE) last month unveiled its new range of Volvo-branded rigid haulers – the 45-ton R45D, 60-ton R60D, 72-ton R70D and the flagship 95-tonne R100E – at the company’s Motherwell facility in Scotland, UK.

Renault Trucks is offering customers a two-year warranty on parts fitted through an authorised Renault Trucks workshop, without any restriction on mileage. The warranty applies to Renault Trucks genuine parts, eXchange parts (spare parts re-manufactured in accordance with very strict industrial processes) and all company accessories.

Having just launched Volvo Trucks with Advanced Safety Features in line with government objectives to provide a safe work environment and sustainability, the UAE-based distributor Al Futtaim Auto & Machinery Company (Famco) has gone a step further by rolling out Volvo Trucks that meet Euro 5 emission standards.

Iveco last month presented the new Stralis X-Way sustainable vehicle range for the construction industry at Intermat 2018, a leading construction equipment exhibition, held in Paris, France.

The all-new Actros and Arocs trucks from Mercedes-Benz Commercial Vehicles – part of Daimler Group – were launched last month at the Al Haddad Motors showroom, the authorised dealer in Bahrain. This is the first time in 20 years Mercedes-Benz is making a new addition to its commercial vehicles product range.

Caterpillar has extensively redesigned three articulated trucks, enhancing the field-proven features and performance of their C-Series predecessors (730C2, 730C2 EJ, and 735C), to address operator safety and convenience, improved control and powertrain advances.